Lucky Old Sons

Lucky Old Sons

 St. Louis, Missouri, USA
BandRockCountry

The Lucky Old Sons is a four-piece band focused on the piano driven rock and country music of the 1950s and 1960s. Inspired by the piano styles of Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, and Ray Charles, to name a few, the group also writes and records original music along the same lines.

Biography

The Lucky Old Sons is a St. Louis based band focused on the piano driven rock and country music from the 1950s and 1960s. Inspired by the piano styles of Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnnie Johnson, and Ray Charles, to name a few, the group also writes and records original music along the same lines.

The band features Matt Davis, piano/vocals; Frank Bauer, tenor saxophone/vocals; Corey Woodruff, drums; and Steve Bauer, electric mandolin/vocals.

The Lucky Old Sons are an approved Missouri Touring Performer, appointed by the Missouri Arts Council. The band performs at various venues in and around the St. Louis area and has experience performing at festivals, weddings, corporate events, and private parties. A one-hour educational program highlighting important figures in early rock-n-roll is also available.

Discography

Friendly Valley, 2009 release

Set List

The Lucky Old Sons set list varies depending on the venue. We can perform a ninety minute set of original material as well as up to four hours (3 - one hour sets) of music consisting of originals in addition to rock and country standards.

Partial Song List

Jerry Lee Lewis:
Breathless
Crazy Arms
Great Balls of Fire
Highschool Confidential
It'll Be Me
Lucky Old Sun
Milkshake Mademoiselle
Rockin My Life Away
Sail My Ship Alone
Sixty Minute Man
Whole Lot of Shakin
Wine Spod-e-ode

Elvis:
All Shook Up
Burning Love
Can't Help Falling in Love
Don't Be Cruel
Heartbreak Hotel
Mystery Train
Paralyzed
Stuck On You
That's All Right Mama
Treat Me Nice

Fats Domino:
Ain't that a Shame
Be My Guest
Blue Monday
Blueberry Hill
Coquette
I Hear You Knocking
I Want to Walk You Home
I'm Walking
My Girl Josephine
Walking to New Orleans

Chuck Berry:
Carol
Johnny Be Good
Maybelline
Memphis Tennesee
No Particular Place To Go
Reelin' and Rockin'
Sweet Little